§61-9-3. Suit to enjoin; by whom instituted.
Whenever a nuisance exists, the attorney general of the state,
the prosecuting attorney of the county wherein the same exists, or
any person who is a citizen, resident or taxpayer of the county,
may bring suit in equity in the name of the state of West Virginia,
upon the relation of such attorney general, prosecuting attorney,
or any person, to abate such nuisance and to perpetually enjoin the
person or persons maintaining the same from further maintenance
Note: WV Code updated with legislation passed through the 2016 Regular Session
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